Do you honor your ancestors through the life you live?
What I mean by that is do you take the opportunities you’ve been given to choose a life you love?
In this episode, Jenny Valles and I are talking about how to do that through the 3 P's of scaling: premium pricing, pausing, and playing.
Jenny is one of my Color Your Dreams Inner Circle clients and owns a marketing agency and restaurant.
As well as talking about honoring our ancestors, Jenny is covering topics like why it’s important to change our stories around worth and why we should think differently about getting new clients.
With over 10 years of experience in marketing, Jenny Valles has worked with startups in their infancy stages to Fortune 500 companies and globally-recognized nonprofits including LA Rams, Bank of America, JP Morgan Chase, SoCalGas, Conrad N. Hilton Foundation, and United Way of Greater Los Angeles. She has a passion for storytelling, growing brands, and connecting them with their audiences. At Case of the Mondays, she activates her team of creatives across multi-disciplines in marketing to bring brands to life.
If you want to do more to honor your ancestors, this is for you.
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